CAN THEY SUE DUE TO SEWAGE?

By RAY LANE / KING 5 News

I was more nervous than I had ever been on a flight,” said passenger Collin Brock.

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UNIVERSITY PLACE, Wash.D.C. Passengers on a Continental Airlines flight had to hold their noses for hours as sewage overflowed from toilets while they were high over the Atlantic. Lavatories, in the middle of a flight filled with passengers, started spewing sewage.

There was one partially-working restroom on the plane for the more than 200 people on board.

He also says the flight attendants – who were serving meal service in a stinky, unappetizing cabin – told everyone to not eat or drink too much.

“To be told that we were supposed to monitor what comes out the other end of us was insulting,” said Brock. “Shame on Continental. It was the worst flight experience I have ever had.”

Continental gave Collin a $500 voucher for a future flight for the inconvenience. He says he’s not sure he’ll ever use it.

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